++++++++++++++ Various artists Release: Fandorin is dead Style: post-modern, drone, noise, abstract, ambient, field recording, experimental, breaks, acid Type: compilation Original format: 17 x MP3 audio [8-320 kbps; mono/stereo; 11,025-44,1 kHz]; AIFF audio [256 kbps; mono; 32 kHz]; WMA audio [128 kbps; stereo; 44,1 kHz]; WAV audio [1411 kbps; stereo]; PNG image [600 x 600]; 'txt' document Size unpacked: 222 M Tracklist
E N J O Y !
This compilation is the third and evidently the final chapter of Fandorin Projet, devoted to the book series Adventures of Erast Fandorin by Boris Akunin. The reason of a formal holding of this project was made for by the fact that Fandorin, the main hero of the series, appears to have been murdered in the 13th volume The Black City, published on 21st November, 2012. It's worth mentioning that the book doesn't state the death straightly, but describes
the 'shot in the head of the tied person' (Fandorin, logically). What is more, we can learn that Fandorin had a child in 1920 from another book. Anyway, we won't know that in the next three years most likely, knowing that there are more books scheduled in the series and they are brought out every three years.
So, the release carries a postmodernist conception, giving usual freedom for a viewer how to expound it. However, there are core ideas that need to be underlined. The problem regards the phenomenon of a cognitive substance itself, as a particular element of consciousness forming abstract multiplicity of Existence. It proves that the 'death of Fandorin' cannot objectively be considered as an absolute event concerning endlessness of interpretations of what actually the following information expresses. Fandorin is dead also deals with related universal philosophical matters as a conflict of time, space and imagination; proves that art is a state of consciousness created by the phenomenon of aesthetic cognition, but not an objective form itself. The release can be associated with forms as the 'end of the world' crisis, numbers - 2013; 3 (also 2+1); 222.